News Headlines, Friday, July 12, 2024

Political activist released in Misrata after various condemnations

High Council of State rejects budget approved by HoR

Russia, Qatar urge Libyan consensus to resolve political unrest

Trabelsi discusses election security with UN envoy

Libyan party calls for expulsion of EU ambassador

Dbeibah addresses Libya’s water desalination challenges


CBL reviews with European ambassadors approving Libya's unified budget

The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir, discussed with a number of European ambassadors to Libya the issue of approving a unified budget and developments in unifying the Central Bank.

This discussion came during a video meeting on Wednesday with the ambassadors of the European countries to Libya: Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Hungary, according to a statement published by the Central Bank on Facebook.


Al-Nasser, Al-Ahly Tripoli remain on top of six-team league' standings

Al-Nasser won the derby match of Benghazi, after beating Al-Ahly Benghazi 2-1 in the second round of the six-team league to win the Libyan Premier League on Wednesday at the Partigno Lombardi Stadium in the city of Avellino.

Sudanese defender Bakhit Khamis scored Al-Nasser's first goal in the 79th minute, and in the 87th minute, Sudanese Al-Jazouli Noah made it 2-0. Al-Ahly Benghazi put back one goal in stoppage time of the match.


A man arrested in Derna for assaulting his wife

A man from the eastern city of Derna has been arrested by police on charges of beating and burning his wife with hot water, causing her first-degree burns.

The Derna Security Directorate reported that a woman filed a complaint against her husband after beating her. 

According to the complaint, he accused her of adultery and burned her by pouring hot water on her body, causing her first-degree burns, according to the medical report.

The judicial police officer, accompanied by an investigation team, moved to inspect her house and arrest her husband. 


Tripoli Teachers Union condemns accusation of all teachers in exams cheating

The Tripoli Teachers Union has expressed rejection over the statements of the Director of the National Center for Examinations, Ahmed Masoud.

In a statement issued on Thursday, the union confirmed that they condemns the phenomenon of cheating in all its forms, and demands that the harshest penalties be taken against those proven to practice it, but it refuses to generalize it to all teachers.


PM Dbeibeh stresses urgency in public tender execution

Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibeh has emphasized the urgent need to implement all provisions of the public tender, focusing on direct contracts with pharmaceutical manufacturers and streamlining documentation processes to ensure timely completion.

During a meeting with Acting Health Minister Ramadan Abu Jinnah and key health and financial officials, Dbeibeh addressed the progress and challenges of the public tender and reiterated the importance of the national project, which has been stalled for years.


Do parties to conflict pay attention to upcoming menace?

Each party continues to perpetuate the current situation, immersed in its conflicts, with hopes of winning and overthrowing opponents. Libyan entities and personalities may not fully grasp the danger of the next stage for the future of the Libyan entity. Alternatively, they might recognize that major powers are paving the way for Libya to become a new arena of conflict—a hot spot where they settle their scores. These powers negotiate and conclude deals, shaping what the next world order will be. Unfortunately, Libyan parties seem incapable of acting effectively to spare the country from its dire scenarios.

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